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€96m to boost doctoral training and postdoctoral fellowships

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Around 800 researchers expected to benefit from latest Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions funding

The EU has awarded €96.2 million to co-finance 12 doctoral training programmes and 15 postdoctoral fellowship programmes in the latest round of co-funding from its Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions scheme.

Through the MSCA Cofund instrument, “organisations can create or enhance their own doctoral training and postdoctoral fellowship programmes, with the goal of recruiting researchers and attracting international talent”, the European Commission said on 18 June.

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